David Bowie was a generous man. According to Page Six, the late legend left his $100 million estate to his wife, Iman, and his two kids, Duncan and Lexi, as well as to his assistant and Duncan’s former nanny.
Bowie, whose real name was David Robert Jones, died on January 10 of cancer at the age of 69.
According to his will, his supermodel wife will get half his fortune. Bowie reportedly left $2 million to his assistant and friend Corinne “Coco” Schwab and $1 million to his son’s former nanny Marion Skene. Bowie’s children, 44-year-old filmmaker Duncan Jones and 15-year-old daughter Alexandria Jones, will get the remaining amount, along with properties owned by the late singer.
According to New York Daily News, Bowie left his daughter, whom he welcomed with Iman in 2000, his country estate in Little Tonshi Mountain in the Catskills. Duncan will reportedly inherit numerous other properties.
Prior to his death, Bowie asked to be cremated and requested for his ashes to be spread in Bali, per his Buddhist beliefs.
Iman, understandably, took Bowie’s death hard, but has stayed strong for her daughter. “What [Bowie] loved most about Iman,” an insider previously told Us, “was how brave she is.”
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